JS Industries Surfboards 2015

Art of Trim
Tel: 01736 757025 • Web: www.downthelinesurf.co.uk
Showroom: Down the Line Surf Company Ltd, Market Square Arcade, Hayle, Cornwall TR27 4EA

Blak Box 2

5’10” x 19 3/4” x 2 3/8”

(29.2 litres)

Shaper: Jason Stevenson

The much loved Blak Box has been pulled in slightly through the nose and the tail, had its rail lowered and its concave reduced. A nip and tuck so it’s better equipped for punchy sections – yet still able to fly through the mush. Medium/full rails for forgiveness and minimal catch in choppy or soft conditions. Very fast, manoeuvrable and totally rippable in small slop, but take it out in anything up to four feet. Flat exit rocker with a low entry rocker. Single concave in the nose, which runs down to double concave starting late in front of the fins.

Ghetto Cat

5’6” x 19 1/2” x 2 3/8”

(27 litres)

Shaper: Jason Stevenson

Fins: 5 fin setup

A cross-breed surfboard combining a big wave tail with a small wave nose. One of the most versatile boards you’re ever likely to get your claws into. Designed for all types of surfers in all types of waves. You can surf this board aggressively or you can wind down, chill out and draw laid back lines. The volume is shifted towards the front of the board to enable full paddle power, yet maintaining agility due to the refined rounded pin tail. Medium full rails to aid forgiveness and help reduce catch from chop or soft sections. Flat exit rocker and low entry rocker and a slight vee helps reduce catch in the nose, leading into single to double concave on the front foot to direct water for lift and speed. Slight vee out the tail ensures rail to rail transition in any condition or waves in the 1 to 5ft range.


5’10” x 183/4” x 25/16”

(26.1 litres)

Shaper: Jason Stevenson

Fins: 3 fin setup

This board is Julian Wilson’s board of choice for when the waves are less than perfect. Direct drive from the straight section leading off the hip, this hip also gives a pivotal point for fast directional changes. Hippee has volume forward and is finer out the tail, low entry rocker into flat exit rocker.Single concave starts in the nose to direct water under your feet for lift and speed. Double between the feet continues to produce lift and speed while allowing more rail to rail transition as it turns into vee out the back of the fins. Medium rails. Suited for surfers who want to combine aerials and rail surfing in the 1 to 5 foot range … particularly small beach breaks.


5’4” x 19 3/4” x 2 3/8”

(27 litres)

Shaper: Jason Stevenson

The JS 107 has everything you’d want in a small wave board whilst retaining enough performance characteristics to permit radical, new-school surfing. The nose is wide yet conventional while the tail is pulled in just enough to allow tight turns in the pocket. This board is all about catching waves, grabbing speed and firing through turns.  Best suited in tiny to 3 ft, but can handle hollow waves. Would be a whole bunch of fun in slightly onshore, steep, rampy conditions. Slight rocker throughout to maximise speed and drive in small to average conditions. Single concave running under the chest, giving it lift and creating a large sweet spot. A double concave running into a slight vee through the tail. This gives you bags of speed through turns, and enables you to get on the rail with ease. 5 fin set up.

Monsta 3

6’0 x 18 3/4” x 2 5/16”

(26.7 litres)

Shaper: Jason Stevenson

Slotting into the huge gap between perfection and slop, the Monsta has been building momentum since its release in 2010, undergoing a series of loving tweaks and adjustments to arrive at the Monsta 3. Medium rails, allowing performance turns without being too ‘catchy’ in choppy or soft sections. Works best in average to good waves from 1.5 to 6 ft. Medium/low entry rocker creates speed and drive in small to average conditions, while a medium exit rocker provides a good balance between drive and release through the tail. Single concave starts in the nose to direct watar under your feet for lift and speed. Double concave starts in the front fins, maintaining life and directing water release for manoeuvrability.

Flying Pony

5’8” x 21 1/2” x 2 11/16”

(37.3 litres)

Shaper: Jason Stevenson

The JS Flying Pony is the latest thoroughbred to emerge from the Pony stable, following on from their ridiculously fun Show Pony and Pier Pony models. Now with a double bump and volume redistributed from tail to chest area – providing more speed/drive, increased paddle power and greater sensitivity under the back foot. Another champion groveller that puts the fun back into riding tiny/mushy waves – without totally sacrificing performance.